Leaked image shows a bunch of Moto phones coming this year
Motorola has just unveiled its Moto C handsets for this year, but a sneaky employee has taken it upon himself to unveil the rest of the company's lineup. A photo of a recent presentation hosted by Motorola has been obtained by famous leaker Evan Blass, and it shows nine new devices spread across five different smartphone lines.
These are the Z, X, E, G, and C lines, the latter of which the company shared earlier today on its blog. The other four have not yet been officially announced, but the photo provides an idea of what to expect from them. The Z line includes the Moto Z Play and Z Force; both support Moto Mods, and the Z Play features a 5.5-inch Full HD screen while the Z Force is gigabit-LTE–capable.
Next up is the Moto X, which features a 5.2-inch "3D Glass" screen with FHD resolution, as well as a "SmartCam." It is followed by two phones in the G line: The GS and GS Plus. Both the GS and GS Plus include FHD displays measuring 5.2 inches and 5.5 inches, respectively. The GS Plus also comes with a dual camera setup. The final two handsets, the E and E Plus, belong, unsurprisingly, to the E line. Their displays are only 720p. The E has the smallest screen so far, at only 5 inches in size. The E Plus has a larger 5.5-inch screen but its defining feature is a massive 5,000 mAh battery.
Unfortunately, the leaked photo does not show any other information, such as pricing or release dates. For those details we will have to wait for an official announcement from Motorola.